2 & 3 may 1996
School of Art & Design
University of Derby
An exciting two-day free event exploring how new computer-driven technologies are re-defining creative practice and challenging ideas of the self, culture and society for artists, writers and cultural workers.
Chris Unsworth: The Knowledge Exchange: developing network support for IT in the Arts
Sean Clark: Future Perfect?
Geoff Broadway: Digital Montage
Esther Sayers: Increasing the posibilities for change and transformation.
Brendan Jackson: Community Connections
Sarah Pink: Visual Culture, Internet and Spanish Migrants
Shaun Varney: Virtual Reality as an Artistic Medium
Noel Douglas: Mediated Presentation
David Toop: An Ocean of Sound
Nina Pope & karen Guthrie: A Hypertext Journel
Steve Webb & Graeme McBeath: Virtual Culture, New Technologies and Globalisation:Towards a Phenomenological Perspective
Andrew Wilson: Computer Mediated Technologies, Subjectivity and Memory
Joan Dixon: Deleuze, New Physics and Cyberspace
Its About Time:
Organised as part of Head First this open exhibition consists of a wide range of artworks which explore notions of temporal shift & cultural change.
Toy Story and Baraka will be showing at the Metro Cinema while a collection of provacative and stimulating videos will be running throughout the two-day event.
Level out for an evenings journey of auratic delights.
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Head First is a School of Art & Design event held in conjunction with the Design Research Centre, Resonance, Centre for Advanced Practice in Photography, Film and Video and the Metro Cinema